Former Miss Vermont USA Brooke Werner has stepped down from her position as Miss Sprint Cup. Werner announced the decision on Wednesday citing, “personal reasons.”
Werner was in her second season, and filled the role of Miss Sprint Cup with Kim Coon and Madison Martin. Martin is in her first year of duty, while Coon is in her fourth.
Werner posted the following on Facebook:
“Hey fans, difficult decisions are always tough to communicate to people you love so much…like you guys. I recently made the hard decision to resign as Miss Sprint Cup for personal reasons (all good!) and hang up my firesuit. It’s been one of the greatest times of my life and I have you all to thank for that. I’ll miss you all very much but I know that you’ll all be excited to meet the new Miss Sprint Cup soon!”
Miss Sprint Cup serves as the representative for Sprint, entitlement sponsor of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. According to NASCAR.com, the role of Miss Sprint Cup involves a presence in victory lane celebrations along with on-track and off-track promotional interactions with fans on behalf of the sponsor.